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Old 01-19-2012, 08:36 PM
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Isn't the 2000# mark the legal requirement for some type of brake system on the trailer? If you need to make a quick stop that extra ton is going to make a difference on how fast you can come to a stop. Even if you don't tailgate you still never know when your going to have to slam on the binders. Some jerkwater pulls out in front of you, a deer, dog etc... Useable trailer brakes could be worth their weight in gold. Plus if your state has a requirement for trailer brakes at a certain trailer weight you should also take that into consideration, it could result in additional fines if you were to be involved in an accident.
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